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Botox is a drug made from a toxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, botox relax the muscles in your face to smooth out lines and wrinkles.

How long does botox last and how do I book?

In general, the effects of Botox usually lasts three to six months after treatment. To book in for Botox this can be done via our website to request an appointment. We will then contact your to obtain details for your prescription and collect the prescription fee and deposit for treatment. You will then be booked in for your treatment. Please be aware, the requested date/time may not be available as we will need to manually book it in for you once the prescription has been verified. 


When do I need to have the treatment again?

If you have noticed that you have facial movement again when you try to move your forehead or squint your eyes, then it's a sign that your Botox is wearing off and that you need to get injections again. It is usually best to get your Botox topped up every 3 months to maintain the results.


Is there any pre-care?

t's crucial that you don't consume alcohol or caffeine at least 24 hours before undergoing Botox injections, as the substance can thin the blood and increase the possibility of bruising. You should also avoid medications like blood thinners or anti-inflammatories. The morning of, consume plenty of food and drink water as this will decrease the chances of lightheadedness during the treatment.


Is there anyone not eligible for this treatment?

Botox candidates should be in good overall health. This treatment is not suitable for those who suffer from or have a history of nerve damage or muscle conditions, such as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or Multiple Sclerosis (MS). For any other conditions this will be identified once the medical forms have been completed.

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